Do you find it difficult to maintain a successful relationship and enter into intimacy?
Despite your best efforts to advance your romantic relationship, does it not move forward?
Do you feel the fear that you will be hurt and disappointed in some way and it will all end in heartbreak?
Whether we are aware of it or not, our childhood experiences play a huge role in shaping the kind of person we become.
The relationships we had as children with our parents, or whoever cared for us, have a profound effect on how we react to certain situations in our lives and how we interact with the people around us.
Fearful-avoidant attachment is a pattern of behaviour in relationships that is characterised by both high anxiety and high avoidance, in which a person longs for connection but also fears getting too close to someone.
They expect rejection, disappointment and pain in their relationship. They have difficulty believing that their partner will love and support them as they are.
I recommend reading this manual if you have experienced in your romantic relationship and in your relationship with yourself:
- Fear of intimacy or fear of relationships in general.
- Avoidance of commitment in relationships.
- High anxiety.
- A negative view of yourself; feeling that you do not deserve healthy relationships.
- Severe difficulty regulating emotions in relationships.
- Reacting poorly or inappropriately to negative emotions.
- Negative perception of other people and their support.
- A tendency to be violent in relationships.
- A large number of sexual partners.
- Feeling generally dissatisfied with relationships.
Avoidant fearful people exhibit a kind of reluctance to engage in an intimate relationship and an extreme need to be loved.
Avoidant fearful people often end up in very complicated relationships with high levels of conflict. They find themselves in these dynamics not because they desire them, but because they are afraid to approach and fully connect due to a lack of trust.
All this results in the creation of a self-fulfilling prophecy.
This can lead to an endless cycle of approach and avoidance with potential partners. This mindset can turn into a form of self-sabotage, causing the fearful avoidant to prematurely end a relationship that instead deserved to be deepened and experienced with joy.
Can the fearful avoidant style be changed?
Fortunately, there are methods in this manual to identify and interrupt dysfunctional patterns and cultivate new ones that are helpful and tailored to you. It is important to do this for yourself, your loved ones, and ultimately your children.
End this endless cycle of anxiety and suffering.
This book was written for you. Act now.